Cowboy Ethics

There was a time when a person's word was enough. You could sell the farm  on a handshake without worrying about whether the other side would follow through. But those were simpler times. These days, to get what was promised, you'd better have it in writing. After this unethical climate occasioned the financial meltdown in 2008, 40-year Wall Street veteran James Owen knew something had to change. Society had gotten too far away from the days when…

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Caffeine: Friend or Foe?

Can Caffeine Unlock Previously Unknown Cardiac Benefits?        Caffeine is the most widely consumed cognitive enhancer in the world, and many in the nootropics community know the cognitive benefits of adding caffeine into their Nootropic stack (Mental Mojo uses 150mg of caffeine per serving, about the same as a small coffee from Starbucks). Now new health benefits derived from caffeine are coming to light thanks to a study appearing in PLOS Biology, by Authors Judith Haendeler and Joachim…

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Dad Was Right: Sugar Rots Your Brain

Does Your Sugar Intake Approach the "Tipping Point?" There's a reason Mental Mojo is sweetened with natural stevia: sugar is linked to Alzheimer's. As a neurochemist-designed, patent-pending brain booster whose actives were originally developed to fight this pernicious disease, we saw the proverbial writing on the wall with sugar years ago, but it wasn't until February of 2017 that the Sugar-Alzheimer's link was made official in a clinical study conducted by the University of Bath. The study…

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